You may be wondering what the new Golden Age will look like. The new Golden Age will be a time and world of love, joy, peace, a sense of unity, community and supporting and helping each other, at local, regional, national and global levels.
It will be a time and world in which we will respect, appreciate and enjoy differences between races, nationalities, faiths, cultures and everything else, whilst recognising the essential unity of which we’re all part.
It will be a time and world in which knowledge will be sought by everyone, whether for oneself or one’s community at a local, regional, national and global level.
It will be when and where the full potential of life in all its aspects will be pursued, realised and actualised. That is, practical use will be made of new discoveries in science and technology, and the potentials of human consciousness and nature.
As I wrote in Part 1, you might choose not to live in such a world, which you might regard as too utopian for your liking. When the time of transition comes, you will have a clear choice between the one or the other, and the two will not co-exist in the same world.
The new Golden Age will exist in a different dimensional frequency from today’s world. The two worlds will not be visible to each other, just as TV channels and radio stations do not play on the same frequency.
A time and world of love, joy and peace in the Golden Age
The thing that will bring about a new world of love, joy and peace will be that your heart will be more open. This will be brought about by the higher frequency energy in the air, caused by the sun entering a new, higher energy output.
You will feel more loving; this feeling will be there without any conscious effort on your part, and naturally you will express this feeling and it will be reflected back to you by other people, augmented by their own more loving feelings.
This kind of love will have more of an unconditional and compassionate quality to it. It won’t be conditioned by your lower energy centres such as your will-power, sexual or need for security. Its sense of permanence will engender less need to compete, dominate and struggle; thus it will engender peacefulness.
Community, supporting and helping each other in the Golden Age
A without-which-nothing feature of the higher level of consciousness characterising a Golden Age will be the awareness that we’re all connected and inter-dependent, in the same way that nature appears to be.
There has always been the simple formula that helping other people is a key to a good life.
But at this time of writing, we generally think we’re separate from each other and we can live without considering other people, or nature, because we’re all in competition for resources and only the strongest survive. This is why we can’t call this a Golden Age.
When our hearts open, and we have experiences of our inherent connectedness and inter-dependence, even though our physical separateness may still suggest otherwise, we will find we can no longer live in a mind-set of separateness and competition.
If we resist the opening of our heart, and our experiences of connectedness, we are making the choice not to rise into that higher consciousness of the Golden Age. Clearly, this is our choice to make, though it would be best if we were to realise the consequences of staying behind to live in a world in decay.
Respecting, appreciating and enjoying differences in the Golden Age
It seems to be part of human nature that we fear people who are different in some way.
We could equally choose to enjoy differences, respect differences, appreciate differences as aspects of the vast range of human behaviours and evolutionary processes in different parts of the world.
If there is cause to fear differences, it is because we have not come to a full understanding of who and what we all are, nor come to the point where we live together in harmony, love, peace and joy.
Therefore, fearing differences is something to be overcome by contributing to global understanding, harmony, love, peace and joy.
We can choose to shift our focus towards those more welcome appreciations of differences without any further delay. Right now, this moment now, would be a good time if we want to live in the new Golden Age.
Science has shown that the human brain works the same way in everybody. We have evolved beyond being merely instinctual, but we can still be guilty of letting our instincts, such as our ‘fight or flight’ response, react before our higher faculties have reached a different, more measured, more appropriate response.
We should condition ourselves to behave now more as the species we are, homo sapiens sapiens, rather than as our more instinctual, now-extinct ancestors. There’s no excuse for thinking that people are irreconcilably different. If their behaviour is unsettling or unacceptable to us, there’s surely a need for reconciliation from both sides.
The primary, different racial types in the world are now known to have originated from different sources long ago. We are genuinely, measurably, genetically different from each other, though only marginally so. There is a need for greater understanding, appreciation and reconciliation of these differences. There is no excuse, though, for races fearing other races, because we are all part of the vast panoply of life, and life itself evidently finds us sustainable or we would not all be here today.
Knowledge will be sought by everyone in the Golden Age
In this present dysfunctional world we all want more “stuff”, more material wealth. We want control, and power.
In the Golden Age we will have the material wealth we need, and we’ll recognise that anything more than that is unnecessary and unsustainable for the environment. No doubt, though, we will still want control and power.
Knowledge is the ingredient that will satisfy our needs and desires for possession, and will give us the control and power we desire, not over others but over ourselves.
There is more knowledge in the world than we can conceivably acquire, and there is no end to its sustainability. The more knowledge we acquire, the more control, power and sustainability we shall have.
We might wonder what would happen to our jobs when we have all the material “stuff” we desire these days. There would be no lack of jobs when we have a knowledge economy. Learning and teaching languages would generate jobs. Learning and teaching all the different streams of knowledge would generate infinite jobs because we would never exhaust the resources of knowledge.
Since the advent of the internet and its associated technologies we can easily imagine being able to transact the entire world of knowledge even within our own homes, learning it, and teaching it. We can all be both teachers and students.
Practical applications of discoveries in science and technology in the Golden Age
Science and technology reveal the potentials that exist in our material world. We owe it to ourselves to discover and put into practical use the full potential of our material world.
In this present, “Before the Golden Age” era we’ve made some very poor choices with the direction of technology, especially in the area of the military. In the Golden Age, there will be no military conflict, so technology can be directed to peaceful, remedial and sustainable purposes.
No doubt, technologies have already been developed that could replace the fossil fuel-based energy resources which have driven our lives and our progress for the last 100 years and more.
The 20th century electronic technologies which transformed our lives so greatly beyond the electrical and mechanical technologies before them, will be superseded by quantum technologies which apply even more fundamental levels of physics.
And beyond those lie the technologies from that most fundamental level of physical life: consciousness; our ability to live as part of nature, accessing the infinite organising power of natural law through our life-supporting desires and intentions will transform our lives like nothing else.
The potentials of human consciousness and nature in the Golden Age
If we are to live in the new Golden Age we will need to recognise ourselves to be essentially not physical but spiritual beings; consciousness with a physical body; a soul living a transient life in this 3rd dimension of existence, soon to be 5th dimension of existence.
As a soul we are directly part of, connected to, and have access to, the greater scheme of existence, consciousness and cosmic intelligence.
When we recognise that, and live in accordance with that, we can utilise the organising power of nature in ways that at present would seem to be miraculous, or impossible.
The way life works in accordance with natural law is through love, service-to-others and in oneness, recognising each other to be part of life, a member of the family of life, part of the larger group and a member of a group and of groups in which one’s personal purpose, or vocation, or personal blueprint, can be fulfilled.
The Golden Age is here and now
As a potential for everyone, the Golden Age is here and now.
We could already be living in the ways I’ve described above.
If we’re not, why not? Each of us could choose to live like that. It may be more difficult to live as if the Golden Age were here and now for everyone, when only a small percentage of us are living that way. But it’s by no means entirely impossible.
Today would be a good time to start living as if we are living the qualities of the coming new Golden Age. Then, when everyone has experienced the soon-to-be-coming transition to a new age, the Age of the 6th Sun, the extreme disorientation caused by the actual experience of a new reality can be lessened by those who understand what’s going on and how the transition into a higher consciousness can most readily be navigated.
For all of us, the Golden Age is a potential that can soon be realised. For some of us, including readers of this writing, that potential can be realised today.